21 May '14, 10am

Biostar BTC-24GH mini-Review

Biostar BTC-24GH mini-Review

Biostar has released a small batch of these boards and I was lucky enough to be offered one to test. I have not yet tried BitCoin Mining but from what I do know ASIC boards are supposed to be more productive than GPU's and use less electricity as well. Board specs and power requirements. Biostar says you can daisy chain up to 50 of these boards together but with each one requiring 130W of power 50 would take a massive 6500W of power. Biostar has not yet announced a price for the BTC-24GH. The box in all it's glory. The BTC-24GH ASIC board itself. From left to right are pictured, USB connector, 20 to 24 pin ATX adapter cable, com to com, and com to usb cables. A quick install guide. Drivers and Utilities CD I used some tall motherboard standoffs to raise the board and placed a 120mm fan to the right to blow cool air across it. Biostar recommends the boards IC's be kept unde...

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